Name: P Warren
Summary: Address Book - dragging from one book to another for multiple address book entries
In the earlier version of Thunderbird it was possible to drag an
address from one address book to another and it would remain in both
books. This saved so much time but is not availble in later versions.
Now an address has to be typed out again and again for each address
book to which it is being allocated. There is also no "copy/paste"
mechanism for transferring to another address book which would be
another way of overco...[svn:parrot-pdd] r22180
Date: Wed Oct 17 12:33:17 2007
New Revision: 22180
Changes in other areas also in this revision:
- copied unchanged from r22176, /branches/pdd15oo/include/parrot/oo.h
- copied unchanged from r22176, /branches/pdd15oo/include/parrot/oo_private.h
- copied unchanged from r22176, /branches/pdd15oo/src/oo.c
- copied unchanged from r22176, /branches/pdd1...compiling own class that imports another compiled own class
Hi everybody, I have this problem:
I have my first class, extWebControl, that inherits WebControl and it's compiled.
Then I have another class, CForm, that would be imports extWebControl namespace and should be compiled either, but I can't do that 'cause I get this error:
Namespace or type 'extWebControl' for the imports 'extWebControl' cannot be found.
How can I solve my problem?
bye and thanks in advance.
P.S. the extWebControl.dll file is in "/bin" directory of the application....[svn:parrot-pdd] r32407
Date: Thu Nov 6 14:41:14 2008
New Revision: 32407
Changes in other areas also in this revision:
RT #48549 [DEPRECATED] [PDD19] .namespace requires brackets
Force .namespace to require brackets instead of allowing a bare ...*Move* address book cards from one address book to another?
It just copies now...
...to compile or not to compile ?
I've been dabbling with .net but am now trying to bite the bullet and learn it moving from classic asp
I am a bit confused as to wether it is 'standard' practise to 'build'
your project into dll's and upload these to the server or wether to
simply use script and upload as you would classic asp to the server.
what is 'standard' practise
is there an advantage or disadvantage to using script / compiling
What is "Standard" depends a bit upon the tool you are using.
For VS.NET 2003, compiling into a dll placed in the bin folder is the default behavior. Othe...perl6 book
is there a book "learning perl6" released or prepare to be released?
I know that some ppl want to do that in future, but as far as I know
these projects are not in a state "planned" or even "started".
And since the semantics might change a little especially until
Christmas, I would not trust a book that is already in the works.
Am 22.10.2015 um 07:55 schrieb Wah Peng:
> is there a book "learning perl6" released or prepare to be released?
That's nice. thanks.
2015-10-22 14:55 GMT...perl6-compiler
perl6-compiler is missing at http://dev.perl.org/perl6/lists/ and it
seems not to be gatewayed to nntp.perl.org. OTOH a lot of unused perl6
lists and newsgroups are there.
Finally I tried to subscribe already twice and got no answer.
http://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.perl6.compiler -- It's there.
Correct, though, that it's not listed on the lists page...
On Thu, 21 Oct 2004 09:02:23 +0200, Leopold Toetsch <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> perl6-compiler is missing at http://dev.perl.org/perl6/lists/ and it
> seems not to be gatewayed to nntp.perl...perl6 compiler
I had just began looking at the perl6 raduko compiler and
have a question. Is perl6 actually compiled then ran similar to java or
is the script ran and then compiled at run time?
On Mar 14, 2010, at 11:09 AM, dell wrote:
> Is perl6 actually compiled then ran similar to java
> or is the script ran and then compiled at run time?
It supports either, but defaults to single-step compile-run (like Perl
I think that a transparent cache is envisioned for the future,
so that a compiled version is silently saved during the first compil...Re: Definitions: compiler vs interpreter [was: Rationale for a VM + compiler approach instead of an interpreter?]
How about an interpreter interprets input directly into action (even if t=
is some optimization going on), while a compiler converts instructions fr=
one set to another set to be interpreted later.
Which would make perl both at the perl source level, and an interpreter a=
Thinking of execution as interpretation, this allows for the transmeta
concept, where the CPU was just an interpreter / just in time compiler th=
interpreted x86 instructions.
Although modern CISC CPU's have a step where the input to the chip was st=
converted to mi...Address Book Sidebar
The Address Book allows me to browse through my contacts via a number
of fields displayed in columns: i.e. name, email, nickname, etc.
However, when I am sending an email and bring up the address book in
the sidebar, I have but two column choices: name and email.
Since NICKNAME identifies categories of contacts to which I want to
send a group email, it would be better if I could selected NICKNAME as
column in the sidebar.
email@example.com keyboarded, On 6/16/2008 2:31 PM :
> The Address Book allows me to browse through my contacts via a number
> of fields ...Another approach entirely
Thanks for all your testing work.
Whatever is going on now, it's clear that there's some sort of
video driver based weirdness.
I'm going to take an entirely different approach toward
capturing the proper background color.
Steve. Working on: GRC's DNS Benchmark utility:
...[book] Compiling with Continuations
Can someone comment on that book?
Is this a good buy?
Compiling with Continuations
by Andrew W. Appel (Author)
Hardcover: 262 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.79 x 10.04 x 7.10
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; (March 1992)
I would check it out from the library (and have), but I probably wouldn't
buy it. It's interesting, but has a sort of niche market -- (1) are you
reasonably f...Another approach to vtables
I have some thoughts on vtables and I actually think they should be pretty
different from what was proposed. Well, I'll tell you my ideas on vtables.
Please note that I'm not doing this as an intent to confront the other
proposal, or to create discordance and divergence. I'm presenting this
because I think the other presented approach has some weak points, and I
think this proposal here could solve them someway.
I'm writing it under these assumptions:
1. There should be different vtables for scalars, arrays and hashes. In
every use of a variable in the languag...